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Teledyne Relays - Teledyne Technologies  Profile

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Teledyne Relays - Teledyne Technologies  Company Overview

For more than 40 years, Teledyne Relays has been recognized as an innovator and industry leader in manufacturing electromechanical and solid-state switching products. With headquarters in Hawthorne, California, Teledyne Relays maintains six factories in California, Mexico, Taiwan and France. The company's comprehensive product line meets a wide range of switching solutions for applications in RF& Microwave; Wireless & High-speed digital; Instrumentation & Test; Aviation, Military & Space; Motor, Heating & Lighting control.

Teledyne Relays - Teledyne Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by Teledyne Relays - Teledyne Technologies include Coaxial Switches, Switch Matrices, Electromechanical Relays, Mil-Aero Solid State Relays, Power Solid State Relays, and Motor Controllers.

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